neurosonography

neurosonography

(nū″rō-sō-nŏg′ră-fē)
The use of ultrasound to obtain diagnostic images of the brain, cranial bones, intracranial and extracranial vascular structures, ventricles, and spinal cord.
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(12.) Monteagudo A, Timor-Tritsch IE: Fetal neurosonography of congenital brain anomalies.
They suggested that disruption of intracranial vessels may be responsible in the pathophysiology of brain injury in severe anemic fetuses and noticed the importance of fetal neurosonography in pregnancies with severe anemia due to Rh alloimmunization undergoing IUT.
Neurosonography was done in all those neonates who had birth asphyxia.
The potential of neurosonography in neurological emergency and intensive care medicine: monitoring of increased intracranial pressure brain death diagnostics, and cerebral autoregulation--part 2.
First-trimester detection of fetal abnormalities, detailed neurosonography, complications of twin pregnancies and pelvic floor ultrasound are some of the topics presented.
Neurosonography. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, v.28, n.4, p.943-958, 1998.
Experience on transfontanelle neurosonography in Kano, Nigeria: a preliminary report.
Diagnostic medical sonographers usually specialize in 1 of 6 areas: abdominal sonography, cardiac sonography, neurosonography, obstetric and gynecologic sonography, ophthalmologic sonography, and vascular technology.
CT, MRI, transcranial neurosonography show characteristic features of the disease.